Rock Truck Operator (Current Employee) – British Columbia – 15 August 2017
Ledcor is a good company to work for I would advise anyone thinking of joining the Ledcor team not to worry about starting a career , The level of professionalism and safety was great to see . I will jump at a chance to rejoin them at the next project
Journeyman Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Nisku, AB – 9 August 2017
Typical day at Ledcor, go in get work done and go home. Management there was amazing working together with everyone to meet a common goal. Workplace Culture is family. Everyone there is treated like family.
Road Construction Labourer (Former Employee) – Alberta – 2 August 2017
working for ledcor taught me everything i know in the road building industry. it had been my first job as a 17 year old and it taught me proper work ethic, what people expected of you and to set the bar high for yourself every day to get what you can done, and done right. majority of my heavy quipment operating took place here.
Field Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 28 July 2017
This job gives you a different view on how to tackle life, and how to not belittle your self. With the right material and training you absorb, you can make a fortune but if you are having a hard time, make sure you have some back up money. The regional managers are amazing, always supportive. typically your going to have to burn your bridges if you want to make a change here.
Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 31 May 2017
The typical day at work was always having a job to do while learning from others, learnt new terminating skills, the management was fantastic as they came by to se what you were working on and see how the day goes. The hardest part of the job was working the Ledcor mod yard, our lead hand was very unorganized. The best part was working with a team and learning from each of them.
Laborer/Operator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 15 May 2017
Management are horrible don't take in consideration on the good employees not hard to see. Going overboard you notice that there's an oil leak on your truck and you reported it to your supervisor he wants to give you a yellow card as a warning. I've seen where they want you to put out $1,500 or more for certain certificates out of your own pocket but I've seen smaller companies that help accommodate you. If you work there you're better off to stay as the person in the corner and just do your job. The other reports that you see about how good the company is. Almost like there's is total different company never got those little perks or benefits that you hear about in this company